Person Details

Birthday: 1928-02-08 06:11:32

Death: 1976-06-28 06:11:32

Aliases: No known aliases

Gender: Male

Place of birth: Ferndale, Rhondda, Wales, UK

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Movie Involvements: 59

TV Involvements: 3


Most Famous Work

Biography

Stanley Baker was a Welsh actor and film producer perhaps best known for the 1964 film Zulu.

Most Famous Work

The Guns of Navarone
Average
7

The Guns of Navarone

(1961) Pvt. 'Butcher' Brown
Zulu
Average
7

Zulu

(1964) Lt. John Chard R.E.
Sodom and Gomorrah
Average
5

Sodom and Gomorrah

(1962) Astaroth
Play of the Month
Average
4

Play of the Month

(1965) Robinson Crusoe
Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.
Average
7

Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.

(1951) Mr. Harrison (Bosun)
Alexander the Great
Average
6

Alexander the Great

(1956) Attalus
Helen of Troy
Average
6

Helen of Troy

(1956) Achilles
Knights of the Round Table
Average
6

Acting

Year Character Movie/Tv
1975 Gwilym Morgan
Col. Huerta
Pedro de Vargas
1974 Detective Inspector Jamieson
De Flores
1972 John Craig
1971 Narrator
Inspektor Silva
Inspector Corvin
1970 Mr. Graham
Bill Oliver
Maj. Harry Grigsby
1969 Jonathan Wild
1968 Dr. Tom Osborne
1967 Paul Clifton
Charley
Frank G. Wheatley
1965 Mike Bain
Robinson Crusoe
Narrator
1964 Tom Davis
Chief Inspector Dyke
Lt. John Chard R.E.
1963 Joe Newman
N/A
Walter Beddoes
1962 Turpin
Tyvian Jones
Astaroth
1961 Pvt. 'Butcher' Brown
1960 Johnny Bannion
Insp. Harry Martineau
1959 Capt. Bardow
Captain Langford
Insp. Morgan
Conrad Heisler
1958 Luce Dorell
Abel
Detective Sergeant Jack Truman
1957 Owen Morgan
Tom Yately
1956 O'Donovan
Cpl. Ryker
Stephen Lorimer
Attalus
Rochester
Achilles
1954 Louis Galt
Mike Morgan
Erik Bland
1953 Modred
Edgar Allan Poe
Breton
Bennett
1952 Reporter
1951 Willie Dougan
Mr. Harrison (Bosun)
Milkman
Joe
1950 Evans
Police Sgt. Bannoch
Policeman
1949 Policeman at Garage
Barnes
1943 Petar
Year Character Movie/Tv

Production

Year Role Movie/Tv
1969 Producer
1967 Producer
1965 Producer
1964 Producer
Year Role Movie/Tv

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